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ten thousand

десять тысяч
zehntausend
dix mille

26 entries found.

Language Citation Form Standardized Form
Afšār-e Nānakčī ọ̄n eza̮r, ọ̄n mün
Altay Tuvan oŋmuŋ oŋmuŋ
Chanto Uyghur oŋmiŋ oŋmiŋ
Crimean Karaim тӱмэн tümen
Crimean Tatar on biñ on biŋ
Dukhan saya saya
Fu-yü Gïrgïs duman duman
Halych Karaim тимэн, кимэн timen, kimen
Ili Salar tymen tümen
Jungar Tuvan tümen
Karakhanid tümen tümen
Kazakh түмен tümen
Khalaj ọ̄n-miŋ ọ̄n-miŋ
Krymchak tuman, tümen tuman, tümen
Mogholi u̱ənmįŋ u̱ənmįŋ
Orkhon Turkic tümän tümän
Ös on tïšə on tïšə
Qashqa’i on mɛn on mȩn
Salar zanzɨ, dunman* zanzï, dunman
Siberian Tatar ун мең un meŋ
Tatar төмән tömen
Trakai Karaim тюмянь ťumʼań
Turkish tümen tümen
Tuvan түмен tümen
Uzbek tuman tu̇män
Western Yugur ayaq ayaq

From OT *tümen. An early Wanderwort, possibly connected to military units. Likely from Old Chinese. Compare Mongolian ᠲᠦᠮᠡᠨ, Manchu ᡨᡠᠮᡝᠨ, Tocharian A tmān, Tocharian B tmane, tumane. See Language Log discussion. Many languages employ derived forms consisting of words for "ten" and "thousand". Originally likely meant "very many" or "myriad".



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